(2) Cookies used by the FundsLibrary Website:
…..1. Do not (and cannot) allow us to access other information stored on your computer;
…..2. Do not store any information about you that others could understand, or in any way compromise your security;
…..3. Do not allow us to monitor the number of people using the Website and monitor their activities;
…..4. Do not allow us to see how people arrive at our site (e.g. search for ‘FundsLibrary’ on a search engine, or click on an email we have sent);
…..5. Do not allow us to gather technical information about people using the Website, such as their geographic location and the type of web browsers they are using; and
…..6. Do not allow us to display content on our site more relevant to you and your preferences based on the information we hold and your behaviour on our site.
(3) The following types of cookie are used on the Website:
…..1. Session cookies are stored on your computer and remain available for the duration of your visit to the Website. When you close your browser, any session cookies that have been set will be automatically removed from your computer’s memory.
…..2. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer and remain there until they reach their expiration date or you choose to delete them. At this point, the browser will delete the cookie from your computer’s hard drive. Whilst the persistent cookie is present, the website that created it will have access to that cookie each time you return to that particular site.
…..3. First and third party cookies – whether a cookie is ‘first’ or ‘third’ party refers to the website/service placing the cookie. First-party cookies are those set by us. Third-party cookies are cookies that are authorised by us but provided via one of our suppliers. In some limited cases, we may use our suppliers to manage some of these cookies for us, but we never allow any third party to use these cookies for their own purposes.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (‘Google’). The cookies used by Google Analytics are third party cookies referred to above, and help the website analyse how you use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to provide us with reports on website activity and other services relating to website activity. For more information about how Google uses your data please see Google’s Privacy & Terms.
(4) We use a system of classification for the cookies we use developed by the International Chamber of Commerce. This allows us to classify the different types of cookies which we use on the Website and provide you with more information about why we use them.
…..1. Strictly necessary cookies are cookies that are essential in providing specific services you have requested from us. For example:
remembering information you have entered on online application forms when you navigate to different pages in a single web browsing session; and
maintaining a logged-in session on the Website.
…..2. Performance cookies aim to improve our website by collecting information about how you use the Website. For example:
counting the number of visitors and how they move around the Website;
understanding what interests our users so that we can deliver the content and level of service you expect from us;
helping us to improve the Website by measuring errors experienced by users of our site; and
testing different designs or content on the Website.
…..3. Functionality cookies will typically be set because of an action you have taken on the Website but may also be set in the delivery of other services. For example saving preferences when using interactive charts.
…..4. Promotional cookies collect information about your browsing in order to deliver promotions relevant to you and your interests. We may from time to time use this type of cookie on our website to deliver promotions relevant to you. Promotional cookies may also be used to limit the number of times you see a promotion as well as help measure the effectiveness of the promotion.
(5) Using browser settings to manage cookies – most web browsers allow you to manage cookies via the browser settings. For example you may choose to delete existing cookies, prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or disable cookies altogether.
(6) By using our website you are agreeing to the placement of cookies on your computer.
Last updated 15th January 2016